Distal radius re-fracture with bending of implant and neurovascular compromise.

@article{Kanji2017DistalRR,
  title={Distal radius re-fracture with bending of implant and neurovascular compromise.},
  author={Rafiq Kanji and James Nutt and Spiros Stavropoulos and Ahmed Saad Elmorsy and Hank Joseph Schneider},
  journal={Journal of clinical orthopaedics and trauma},
  year={2017},
  volume={8 Suppl 2},
  pages={
          S40-S42
        }
}
Peri-implant fractures of the wrist are uncommon, and usually present as stress fractures distal to the site of the implant. We report an unusual case where the radius has fractured beneath a plate, causing bending and deformity of the implant. This prevented reduction of the fracture under sedation, so urgent intervention became necessary due to neurovascular compromise. 
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